ColourPop Jelly Much Eyeshadows Reviews & Swatches (Part 1)

01/07

Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
ColourPop Jelly Much | Look Details
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
ColourPop Jelly Much | Look Details
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow

Bungalow

Colour Pop Bungalow Jelly Much Eyeshadow ($8.00 for 0.23 oz.) is a medium-dark emerald green with subtle, warm undertones and a cooler-toned shimmer/sheen. It had semi-opaque with a more emollient base, which made it harder to build up coverage. If I ensured the first layer was fully dry, I could get slightly better pigmentation with a second layer, but it almost seemed to re-hydrate the first layer so it was hard to get truly opaque, even coverage. The texture felt cool and watery initially but set within 30 seconds of application. It was blendable only as long as it was drying down, but once it set, it was locked in place and additional blending was more likely to result in product flaking off/the area becoming patchy. It wore well for 10 hours before starting to crease faintly on me.

Formula Overview

$8.00/0.23 oz. - $34.78 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "high impact" in a "single swipe" that's longwearing, "won't crease, fade or transfer" and "dries down to a powder finish with zero fall out." These are water-based, so they feel wet and cooling when initially applied, but the reality is that so little product is needed to get coverage on the lid that I didn't feel it was watery or thin when I actually patted it onto my lid with a brush.

I would recommend using less than you think you'll need, and while fingertips can be used to apply, I liked the control of flat, synthetic brushes gave me as fingertips (for me!) applied far more product than needed. If you over-apply, it can feel wet and take longer to dry down, and it ends up taking too long and can pull into creases/fine lines on the lid. If I used about what I needed (there was some wiggle room), it dried down quickly and set to a transfer-resistant/crease-resistant finish. It was harder to blend out once dry, though, and if I wasn't careful, more vigorous blending could disturb and cause the eyeshadow to flake slightly.

They are easier to use than they look, and I think they're quite good overall, though a couple of shades were less stellar. They have a high-shine finish, though I think the more metallic powder and cream eyeshadows give a similar look that I wasn't convinced that the finish on these was above and beyond products that might be easier to use/more user-friendly. I'm not sure that the pot was the best way to go, as the product dries out extremely quickly; to the point where I would advise closing the product after you've taken product out of it, don't let it sit open while you're applying the rest of your makeup--you will see and feel parts of it dry out.

I found the packaging to be rather messy, and I have bits of product along the edge of the jar, along the rim, and it's fiddly to move the stopper from the opening to the lid and back again. I wonder if a squeeze tube might be less messy and make it easier to control the amount of product picked up while also preventing the product from drying out too readily.

Browse all of our Colour Pop Jelly Much Eyeshadow swatches.

Ingredients

Water, Butylene Glycol, Sorbeth-30 Tetraisostearate, Silica, Dipropylene Glycol, Benzyl Alcohol, Sorbitan Sesquiisostearate, Acrylates/Beheneth-25 Methacrylate Copolymer, Ppg-8 Ceteth-20, Chlorphenesin, Dehydroacetic Acid, Sodium Hydroxide 18%, Phenoxyethanol, Chromium Oxide Greens (CI 77288), Iron Oxides (CI 77499), Mica (CI 77019), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891).

Bungalow
Bungalow
B+

Permanent

8
Product
9
Pigmentation
8
Texture
10
Longevity
4
Application
87%
Total

01/07

Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
ColourPop Jelly Much | Look Details
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
ColourPop Jelly Much | Look Details
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow

Foxes

Colour Pop Foxes Jelly Much Eyeshadow ($8.00 for 0.23 oz.) is a rich, molten gold with strong, warm orange undertones and a metallic sheen. It was incredibly vibrant, which was what made the shade standout against other similar-hued shades; there was more depth and a more reflective finish. The consistency was wet to the touch, thin, and definitely felt like it was water-based, but it applied with rich, opaque coverage using a flat, synthetic brush and did not look patchy or sheer out. The key was to use a lot less than I thought I’d need, as a little went a long way with this shade (and to some degree, the formula in general). When I used just what I needed, the color dried down within 15 seconds and didn’t feel difficult to work with, but it needed to be blended out quickly as it wasn’t blendable after it dried down. It was still going strong after 10 hours of wear.

Formula Overview

$8.00/0.23 oz. - $34.78 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "high impact" in a "single swipe" that's longwearing, "won't crease, fade or transfer" and "dries down to a powder finish with zero fall out." These are water-based, so they feel wet and cooling when initially applied, but the reality is that so little product is needed to get coverage on the lid that I didn't feel it was watery or thin when I actually patted it onto my lid with a brush.

I would recommend using less than you think you'll need, and while fingertips can be used to apply, I liked the control of flat, synthetic brushes gave me as fingertips (for me!) applied far more product than needed. If you over-apply, it can feel wet and take longer to dry down, and it ends up taking too long and can pull into creases/fine lines on the lid. If I used about what I needed (there was some wiggle room), it dried down quickly and set to a transfer-resistant/crease-resistant finish. It was harder to blend out once dry, though, and if I wasn't careful, more vigorous blending could disturb and cause the eyeshadow to flake slightly.

They are easier to use than they look, and I think they're quite good overall, though a couple of shades were less stellar. They have a high-shine finish, though I think the more metallic powder and cream eyeshadows give a similar look that I wasn't convinced that the finish on these was above and beyond products that might be easier to use/more user-friendly. I'm not sure that the pot was the best way to go, as the product dries out extremely quickly; to the point where I would advise closing the product after you've taken product out of it, don't let it sit open while you're applying the rest of your makeup--you will see and feel parts of it dry out.

I found the packaging to be rather messy, and I have bits of product along the edge of the jar, along the rim, and it's fiddly to move the stopper from the opening to the lid and back again. I wonder if a squeeze tube might be less messy and make it easier to control the amount of product picked up while also preventing the product from drying out too readily.

Browse all of our Colour Pop Jelly Much Eyeshadow swatches.

Ingredients

Water, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Butylene Glycol, Sorbeth-30 Tetraisostearate, Silica, Dipropylene Glycol, Benzyl Alcohol, Sorbitan Sesquiisostearate, Acrylates/Beheneth-25 Methacrylate Copolymer, Ppg-8 Ceteth-20, Chlorphenesin, Dehydroacetic Acid, Tin Oxide, Sodium Hydroxide 18%, Phenoxyethanol, Iron Oxides (CI 77491), Mica (CI 77019), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891).

Foxes
Foxes
A

Permanent

9
Product
10
Pigmentation
9.5
Texture
10
Longevity
4.5
Application
96%
Total

01/05

Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow

Half Moon

Colour Pop Half Moon Jelly Much Eyeshadow ($8.00 for 0.23 oz.) is a medium-dark plum with strong, warm red undertones and pink-to-blue shifting pearl. The pigmentation was opaque in a single layer, while the texture was smooth, lightweight, and watery and felt cool when initially applied. It dried down within 15 seconds of application, but you’ll want to apply less than anticipated as over-applying led to longer dry down times and was more likely to crease as it dried down. I recommend working quickly to diffuse and blend out the edges as it was harder to blend out once it set. It wore well for 10 hours without fading, creasing, or flaking.

Formula Overview

$8.00/0.23 oz. - $34.78 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "high impact" in a "single swipe" that's longwearing, "won't crease, fade or transfer" and "dries down to a powder finish with zero fall out." These are water-based, so they feel wet and cooling when initially applied, but the reality is that so little product is needed to get coverage on the lid that I didn't feel it was watery or thin when I actually patted it onto my lid with a brush.

I would recommend using less than you think you'll need, and while fingertips can be used to apply, I liked the control of flat, synthetic brushes gave me as fingertips (for me!) applied far more product than needed. If you over-apply, it can feel wet and take longer to dry down, and it ends up taking too long and can pull into creases/fine lines on the lid. If I used about what I needed (there was some wiggle room), it dried down quickly and set to a transfer-resistant/crease-resistant finish. It was harder to blend out once dry, though, and if I wasn't careful, more vigorous blending could disturb and cause the eyeshadow to flake slightly.

They are easier to use than they look, and I think they're quite good overall, though a couple of shades were less stellar. They have a high-shine finish, though I think the more metallic powder and cream eyeshadows give a similar look that I wasn't convinced that the finish on these was above and beyond products that might be easier to use/more user-friendly. I'm not sure that the pot was the best way to go, as the product dries out extremely quickly; to the point where I would advise closing the product after you've taken product out of it, don't let it sit open while you're applying the rest of your makeup--you will see and feel parts of it dry out.

I found the packaging to be rather messy, and I have bits of product along the edge of the jar, along the rim, and it's fiddly to move the stopper from the opening to the lid and back again. I wonder if a squeeze tube might be less messy and make it easier to control the amount of product picked up while also preventing the product from drying out too readily.

Browse all of our Colour Pop Jelly Much Eyeshadow swatches.

Ingredients

Water, Silica, Butylene Glycol, Sorbeth-30 Tetraisostearate, Dipropylene Glycol, Benzyl Alcohol, Sorbitan Sesquiisostearate, Acrylates/Beheneth-25 Methacrylate Copolymer, Ppg-8 Ceteth-20, Chlorphenesin, Dehydroacetic Acid, Sodium Hydroxide 18%, Phenoxyethanol, Iron Oxides (CI 77491), Mica (CI 77019).

Half Moon
Half Moon
A

Permanent

9
Product
10
Pigmentation
9
Texture
10
Longevity
4.5
Application
94%
Total

01/05

Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow
Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow

Once and Floral

Colour Pop Once and Floral Jelly Much Eyeshadow ($8.00 for 0.23 oz.) is a deep, reddish-copper with subtle, warm undertones and warmer pink-to-orange shifting pearl. It had a soft sheen once it dried down on my lid but did not seem intensely metallic. It was richly pigmented and had a smooth, watery consistency that felt cool to the touch but dried down and set fully within 15 seconds on my lid. This particular shade did seem to dry down and emphasize my lid texture a bit, though, so it was crucial to apply less than I needed to avoid that. I noticed that some of the product lifted/flaked off if I tried to blend out the edges after it had dried down. It stayed on nicely for 10 hours without any further flaking and no creasing.

Formula Overview

$8.00/0.23 oz. - $34.78 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "high impact" in a "single swipe" that's longwearing, "won't crease, fade or transfer" and "dries down to a powder finish with zero fall out." These are water-based, so they feel wet and cooling when initially applied, but the reality is that so little product is needed to get coverage on the lid that I didn't feel it was watery or thin when I actually patted it onto my lid with a brush.

I would recommend using less than you think you'll need, and while fingertips can be used to apply, I liked the control of flat, synthetic brushes gave me as fingertips (for me!) applied far more product than needed. If you over-apply, it can feel wet and take longer to dry down, and it ends up taking too long and can pull into creases/fine lines on the lid. If I used about what I needed (there was some wiggle room), it dried down quickly and set to a transfer-resistant/crease-resistant finish. It was harder to blend out once dry, though, and if I wasn't careful, more vigorous blending could disturb and cause the eyeshadow to flake slightly.

They are easier to use than they look, and I think they're quite good overall, though a couple of shades were less stellar. They have a high-shine finish, though I think the more metallic powder and cream eyeshadows give a similar look that I wasn't convinced that the finish on these was above and beyond products that might be easier to use/more user-friendly. I'm not sure that the pot was the best way to go, as the product dries out extremely quickly; to the point where I would advise closing the product after you've taken product out of it, don't let it sit open while you're applying the rest of your makeup--you will see and feel parts of it dry out.

I found the packaging to be rather messy, and I have bits of product along the edge of the jar, along the rim, and it's fiddly to move the stopper from the opening to the lid and back again. I wonder if a squeeze tube might be less messy and make it easier to control the amount of product picked up while also preventing the product from drying out too readily.

Browse all of our Colour Pop Jelly Much Eyeshadow swatches.

Ingredients

Water, Silica, Butylene Glycol, Sorbeth-30 Tetraisostearate, Dipropylene Glycol, Benzyl Alcohol, Sorbitan Sesquiisostearate, Acrylates/Beheneth-25 Methacrylate Copolymer, Ppg-8 Ceteth-20, Chlorphenesin, Dehydroacetic Acid, Sodium Hydroxide 18%, Phenoxyethanol, Iron Oxides (CI 77491), Mica (CI 77019).

8
Product
10
Pigmentation
8.5
Texture
10
Longevity
4
Application
90%
Total
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About the Reviewer

Christine has normal-to-dry skin with areas of dryness (cheeks, nose, and under the eyes). She has a light-medium skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones. Her best foundation matches include: Tarte Rainforest of the Sea in Light-Medium Neutral (best match), Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Makeup in Desert Beige 2N1, Giorgio Armani Maestro Glow in 4.0, Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish, Laura Mercier Candleglow Soft Luminous in Dusk, MAC NC20/NC25, Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Liquid in Y305 (140). (For more information, please check the FAQ.)

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These did so much better than I was expecting! Loving Once & Floral and Foxes quite a bit. I am going to try one or two and apply them over Nyx Proof It WP Eyeshadow Primer, as that has allowed me to use the liquid Fenty eyeshadow duo I have.

Please report on how they did with the NYX primer. I’m extremely wary of cream shadows because I have such creasing problems. Even the Laura Mercier Caviar Sticks crease on me, with or without the primer. But these CPs are so pretty (and affordable!), so I’m curious.

Half Moon was much more red than I expected! I thought it would be purple-ish based on CP’s promo photos. It reminded me a lot of their LE Super Shock shadow in Party of Five.

Half Moon also reminds me of the Naked Cosmetics loose powder I received from Ipsy in the shade Mother Nature #6.

It has a bit of a shift to it, so it could look more purple or plum, I think, depending on what else it is applied with!

I really love these colours, but it does sound like a bit of an effort to get them on and work quickly to get the desired effect. You would need quite a lot of time and effort. Beautiful eye look Christine.

Yeah, I think they have a learning curve, and I’m not a fan of the packaging, but the formula itself does work well!

I absolutely love these! I agree about bungalow. I have it and I had to pat it In With a small shader brush to prevent patchiness from occurring. It was a little harder to work with but once I got it to work it was so beautiful. Foxes is one I now need to get because wow!!! I have Ventura, origami, we jammin I think that’s the name, once and floral, and half moon and they ar all beautiful. Half moon and butter london’s oil slick ar very similar in color except that oil slick I find more glittery and half moon is mor of a shimmer duochrome finish. I have both and they R both beautiful but if u have one i don’t think you need the other. I didn’t realize how similar they were until it arrived. I don’t usually wear shadows due to fall out, creasing , and they don’t tend to stay on my lid so I really love the liquid shadows and these new jelly type shadows because they stay in place and don’t smudge and the color payoff is amazing

Thanks so much for the heads up re: the similarity of Half Moon & BL’s Oil Slick! I’m trying one to start – between my collection of Glazen’s & Sydney Grace’s cream shadows (which btw, are an excellent formula that come in quite a few gorgeous shades, & are also $8) – they have a lot to keep up with, so to speak, & I’ve been going back between ordering Foxes & Half Moon so the info was/ is super helpful. Foxes it is!!

Thankfully these are permanent so I can take my time picking these up. I like more of these shades than I initially did. Half-Moon come to me!!

It seems that you did not actually look at his account in context before making accusations about him as well as myself as we are absolutely not – he has run a website called Hearthstone Top Decks for the last several years, which involves a lot of Twitch streamers who play Hearthstone (a digital card game). His account and last tweet was for when Trump, a Hearthstone streamer, played in a tournament:

https://twitter.com/TrumpSC
https://www.twitch.tv/trumpsc

As his website grew larger, he created a separate account for Hearthstone Top Decks: https://twitter.com/hstopdecks

You can find significant coverage by Hearthstone Top Decks of Trump, the professional game streamer, here: https://www.hearthstonetopdecks.com/deck-category/player/trump/

Here is a write-up of the Hearthstone Innkeeper’s Invitational for November 9th, that shows the brackets where Trump (again, the professional streamer) was advancing: https://www.hearthpwn.com/news/195-hearthstone-innkeepers-invitational-watch-live

Here is the official information on the tournament presented by Hearthstone, owned by Blizzard Entertainment: https://playhearthstone.com/en-us/blog/11218298/hearthstone-innkeepers-invitational-10-10-2013

Here’s the official information about the eight players invited to the tournament: https://playhearthstone.com/en-us/blog/11514704/innkeeper%E2%80%99s-invitational-reminder-11-9-2013

Every time I think of trump as president, I think of Broad City’s trump episode. It happened to me. When I saw it in a tv show, I couldn’t believe it. It was like someone set up a camera in my room the week he was elected. Anyway, your swatch of once and floral has me sold. It’s so pretty. I wish the packaging was a bit different for the fluidity of the product. It seems a bit messy, I’m so OCD about keeping things neat looking, & like it has the potential to dry out really fast if it’s water based. On the plus side, it’s inexpensive if it does dry out quickly.

I can’t speak for Christine, but my own personal take is that questions like this have no place on this website. To say they are irrelevant is an understatement.

Bungalow, Foxes, and the gold color from the second review post were the ones to initially catch my eye. Kind of bummed about Bungalow’s “thinness”, but that seems to come with the territory of a bluey-greeny-tealy cream eyeshadow. I’ve tried them in the past without luck. Although I can live with a B+ rating AND colourpop is so cheap it’s not like you have to choose only one to order. Thanks for the review!

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